A Brazilian judge has blocked access to a portion of Facebook's Brazilian bank accounts after it repeatedly ignored requests for WhatsApp user data in a drug case.
In an email to Apple employees, the CEO thanks his supporters and offers the government an alternative to the demand for iPhone access that "threatens everyone's civil liberties."
The deal between Apple and tax authorities in Italy settles a disagreement over more than $1 billion in revenue dating back to 2013.
Just when it seemed like the smartphone rivals had finally agreed on a dollar figure for damages in the years-old case, Apple files a supplemental bill.
A federal jury has ruled that Apple infringed on a patent held by the University of Wisconsin relating to chips the company uses in its iPhones and iPads.
The latest ban there is the third for the Facebook-owned app since December. The suspension will be lifted when the company turns over data related to a criminal case, says a court.
His resignation is part of a larger revamp of Powermat as it looks to focus on wireless charging again.
The chip maker said it filed a complaint with the Beijing Intellectual Property Court.
The ride-hailing service suffers yet another setback in France.
The debate over whether cell phone use is hazardous to your health isn't over, and it may never be.